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say the u.n. security council has fallen back into a kind of paralysis. you could look at the international trade environment and wonder about that. this is the answer to your question, to me, and i think john and i would agree, a world in which the u.s. is still strong but all of these institutions are eroding is not a world i want to live in. the u.s. really does have an interest in trying its best to shore up these institutions. >> bob is coming my way. this is great. [laughter] just a couple quick points. my thesis is not that these institutions are independent. they are infused with power. they are instruments of power. they are used to signal limits on power. power is never divorced from institutions. in that regard, i argue the u.s. has been so brilliant on the world stage for half a century or longer because it has tied its power to these institutions that has both allowed it to make its power and more durable and expensive but also make it more limited and less based on the indiscriminate arbitrary use of power in the more literal sense. there is an argument ab
enough information on the table. dr. makary? guest: n/a plane crashes in the u.s., there is an investigation, the black box is retrieved, and the entire aviation community learn from that mistake. not so much in health care. we have the same mistakes happen again and again. we need to learn more from our own mistakes in health care. we need good. you. we need to examine what goes wrong. what i was a d.c. -- we need good peer review. we need to examine what was wrong. when i was at a d.c. hospital, somebody fell and hurt themselves. even though there was a lot of attention about what happened, the elevator shaft remained open and a second person walked in there. it is hard to believe that we have the same mistakes happen again and again in health care. and we have these so-called "never" events that happen again and again host: sheboygan, wisconsin, barbara. good morning. caller: thank you for taking my call. dr. makary, i agree with you 100%. my question is this, health care seems to be one of the only things that is not a premarket industry in the united states
the u.n. will not be there to protect you and neither is president obama or eric holder. what will protect you is our freedom under the second amendment of the constitution. there is not a government or an authority on the planet that can match that if you are in that situation. let me talk about one other thing. this whole fast and furious situation. [booing] under the obama administration, they sent thousands of guns to the most evil people on the planet -- the mexican drug cartels. they had a massive campaign to manipulate public a patient budget opinion in this country with this 90% nonsense. the president, vice president, attorney general, they sound like a former shop quartet coming critics singing. they were ruining the lives of us american citizens that own firearm shops. they told them to make the sales. the media is reporting their unscrupulous dealers. some of them tried to prosecute. when some good federal agents and down the line blew the whistle on the whole mess, they tried a massive cover-up scheme. the best way to get eric holder his walking papers is to give
debates squared off. this debate is courtesy of n.j. tv. >> we welcome the first debate between the two major party candidates for the u.s. senate. >> questioning the candidates tonight the editorial page editor of the record and he recalled news. >> and a washington correspondent for the record. we have some questions also recorded earlier by the news director. here are the rules for tonight's debate. each candidate will have 90 seconds for an opening and closing statement. and each will have 60 seconds to answer a question from our panel. there say light to keep us on schedule. the audience has promised once again to make my job easier and show proper respect for the candidates by holding aplaws until we finish this broadcast. let's begin. >> wes toed a coin and senator goes first. >> thank you very much. thank you for this debate. i love this country. i love america. all of us are blessed to call america home. i'm a product of the american dream. my grandparents came to this country and later my father and they lived a great american dream life. i grew up, i went to school, i became
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